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I was able to push my 960T to 4GHz without much effort. At first I went with keeping the multiplier lower and raising the FSB but my board seems to like me better when I keep the FSB stock at 200MHz and just raise the multipliers to overclock. I have the CPU multi at x20 with the CPU voltage at 1.425v. NB frequency is at 3000MHz with 1.35v on the CPU-NB VID. I was even able to push the HT link to 2600MHz. This really is one great CPU.
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Overcocking? Sounds like something we could all use!

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I use HWmonitor, cpu-z, and speedfan. Mostly the first two though.
Put your rig in your sig so we know what you are working with without having to refer to your op.

I installed hwmonitor and my temps read 16c. Is it accurate? Asrock oc tuner has them at 42c! But on the other hand AMDOverdrive has them at 16c as well. If I'm idling at 16c, it doent seem that I have temp problems at all.
    
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at low temps the thuban core temps are off between 7c and 12c.....your mb socket temps are closer to actuall temp below 30c...after that it starts getting a little closer...just add 10c to your core temps and you'll be in the ball park
guessing i would say the reason your having problems using fsb is ram not wanting to clock any higher...you could try to loosen timings to get it over 1600mhz but at some point your counter productive performance wise....use maxxmem to test your ram performance to see what works best for you...after you get your cpu squared away of course...play with fsb to increase ram and then cpu, cpu/nb multies to keep them where you want them

i use the asrock oc tuner once in windows to see what my limits are and then go back to bios to make them permanent

load temps are what are important....hwmonitor shows my cores at 14c and oc tuner shows 22c....at idle....the 22c is socket temp and again is closer to what your core temps are...adding 10c to mine puts me at 24c core which is probably real close
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I was able to push my 960T to 4GHz without much effort. At first I went with keeping the multiplier lower and raising the FSB but my board seems to like me better when I keep the FSB stock at 200MHz and just raise the multipliers to overclock. I have the CPU multi at x20 with the CPU voltage at 1.425v. NB frequency is at 3000MHz with 1.35v on the CPU-NB VID. I was even able to push the HT link to 2600MHz. This really is one great CPU.

I am fairly sure I've read numerous reports saying raising the HT link past 2000 actually decreases performance.
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I am fairly sure I've read numerous reports saying raising the HT link past 2000 actually decreases performance.

yeah keep it close to 2000 as possible it also causes stability problems over stock clock
your cooler is going to be your limiting factor it appears....so watch your load temps to find your sweet spot thumb.gif
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at low temps the thuban core temps are off between 7c and 12c.....your mb socket temps are closer to actuall temp below 30c...after that it starts getting a little closer...just add 10c to your core temps and you'll be in the ball park
guessing i would say the reason your having problems using fsb is ram not wanting to clock any higher...you could try to loosen timings to get it over 1600mhz but at some point your counter productive performance wise....use maxxmem to test your ram performance to see what works best for you...after you get your cpu squared away of course...play with fsb to increase ram and then cpu, cpu/nb multies to keep them where you want them
i use the asrock oc tuner once in windows to see what my limits are and then go back to bios to make them permanent
load temps are what are important....hwmonitor shows my cores at 14c and oc tuner shows 22c....at idle....the 22c is socket temp and again is closer to what your core temps are...adding 10c to mine puts me at 24c core which is probably real close

My ram Clocks at 1608Mhz with XMP profile and my fsb follows suit at 2004.00 - 2008.00 . i havent been overclockoing it until i got the temp variation figured out. So, at 16c it still could come down a bit. Unfortunately i have to work tomorrow and probably wont be able to get new TG on the cpu. Its probably better to wait until i get a 8 pin power extension and second 92mm hsf. I also want to ad the mini fan to the mother board that came with it to help cool the heatpipe. The SSD raised my WEI to 7.3. everything loads superfast now I believe my cpu is bottlencking the system as ive read this SSD usually scores a 7.6. Ive also had my cpu and memory score at 7.6 when overclocked. Im hoping to attain a 3.5 oor 3.6 24/7 overclock on 4 cores. And a 7.6 overall for WEI.
    
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the little fan that comes with it is a nice addition
don't pay too much attention to WEI....did you setup your SSD using ahci in bios and make sure it's running that way after in win....you should easily be able to hit 3.8ghz with a 2800mhz cpu/nb without adding to much voltage...and after you get your temps and oc stable is when it would be time to go back and mess with ram.....may end up just tightening your timings to be where you want to be...check bios version also...they just released new ones in dec
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the little fan that comes with it is a nice addition
don't pay too much attention to WEI....did you setup your SSD using ahci in bios and make sure it's running that way after in win....you should easily be able to hit 3.8ghz with a 2800mhz cpu/nb without adding to much voltage...and after you get your temps and oc stable is when it would be time to go back and mess with ram.....may end up just tightening your timings to be where you want to be...check bios version also...they just released new ones in dec

Thanks for the heads up on ahci in windows. I initially had a little trouble getting everything connected right and had enabled ahci in bios but when i checked win it didnt read correct. So, I had to erase and reformat the ssd and reinstall windows. That sucked but i want everything to be as good as it can be and hadnt eally installed much other than basic drivers. Fortunately i have my i7 laptop and can still connect to the web while im doing that. This thing idles at 62c. One of the reasons for building a desktop. It got so stinkin hot and had started acting up, especially when gaming on a crappy GT230m. Any advise on enabling s.m.a.r.t. in bios or how to enable Trim function would be much appreciated
    
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Thanks for the heads up on ahci in windows. I initially had a little trouble getting everything connected right and had enabled ahci in bios but when i checked win it didnt read correct. So, I had to erase and reformat the ssd and reinstall windows. That sucked but i want everything to be as good as it can be and hadnt eally installed much other than basic drivers. Fortunately i have my i7 laptop and can still connect to the web while im doing that. This thing idles at 62c. One of the reasons for building a desktop. It got so stinkin hot and had started acting up, especially when gaming on a crappy GT230m. Any advise on enabling s.m.a.r.t. in bios or how to enable Trim function would be much appreciated[


I also had to connect to sata# 7 or 8 in order to get it to recognize both the ssd in ahci and my 1 tb WD Caviar Blk. in ide.
    
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